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Capital University is pleased to announce Hana Yencer was named to the Provost's List for the fall 2017 semester. To be named to the Provost's List, full-time, degree-seeking students must have ach...Fall 2017Verified by Capital UniversityExpand ▾
Hana Yencer was recognized for earning a spot on the Dean's ListFall 2016 - Spring 2017Added by Hana
Awards & Recognition
Hana Yencer was recognized for earning an academic awardIn 2017, I received an Honor's diploma of Associate's in Cross Disciplinary Studies. This meant during my years studying at ODU, my grades were maintained on average at 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 GPA.Spring 2017Added by Hana
Hana Yencer was recognized for earning an academic awardIn 2017, I received an Honor's diploma of Associate's in Cross Disciplinary Studies. This meant during my years studying at The Charles School, my grades were maintained on average at 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 GPA.Spring 2017Added by Hana
Activities & Affiliations
National Honor's SocietyMemberIn the National Honor's Society, I worked together with other students to complete various community service projects around our school and were required to maintain grades on average above 3.0 on a 4.0 GPA scale.Fall 2015 - Spring 2016Added by Hana
MCNC Student Leadership ConferenceStudent Representative, Host of Event, Student RepresentativeOn two separate occasions, I participated in the Middle College National Consortium's student leadership conference. This conference is dedicated to the sharing of ideas and completion of community service projects through the collaboration of early college high schools around the United States. Once a year, a national conference is held and each participating school send representatives to present their findings from the work done throughout the year and meet other students from around the country. I was chosen to attend this conference both years I participated. In the spring of 2014, my high school hosted this event and I lead a small group of students from various schools in community service projects around Columbus, Ohio.Spring 2014 - Spring 2015Added by Hana
Peace United Methodist Church
Childcare CoordinatorJanuary 2015 - December 2016
I worked together with one or two coworkers to create a safe, caring environment for up to 12 children, ages 0-11, to play while their parents participated in choir or band practice. I learned how to communicate with parents to ensure their child's safety and happiness, including managing allergies and any special needs the child may have.
Volunteer Childcare CoordinatorMay 2014 - December 2016
I volunteered together with one or two coworkers to create a safe, caring environment for up to 12 children, ages 0-4, to play while their parents attended a church service. I learned how to communicate with parents to ensure their child's safety and happiness, including managing allergies and any special needs the child may have.
In-home NannyJune 2015 - July 2016
For two summers, I was in charge of watching a young child while her parents were at work. I was required to take her to swimming lessons, feed her breakfast and lunch, and maintain her overall safety.
General AssociateApril 2014 - October 2014
I was responsible for answering phones and taking pick-up orders. I was required to maintain a clean workspace and take additional measures when preparing gluten-free food. I learned how to maintain customer satisfaction and to work with my fellow coworkers as a member of the Donato's team.
Anthony Thomas Candy Co.
Sales AssociateAugust 2016 - Present
At Anthony Thomas, I am required to maintain a clean, presentable store. I often work alone during the slower times and I am trusted to open and close the store, as well as make bank deposits and complete the daily paperwork. I work to maintain customer satisfaction and create an enjoyable experience for all who visit the store.